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Cebu Pacific to Resume Service Between Zamboanga and Cotabato From November 7, 2022

Cebu Pacific continues to ramp up their Mindanao hub, and will resume service between Zamboanga and Cotabato starting November 7, 2022. The route will be operated by the carrier’s wholly-owned subsidiary Cebgo on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Cebu Pacific ATR 72-500 - Courtesy Cebu Pacific

On Wednesday (October 12, 2022), Cebu Pacific (CEB) announced the restart of flights between Zamboanga and Cotabato from November 7, 2022. The route will be operated by the carrier’s wholly-owned subsidiary Cebgo three times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Flight DG 6684 will depart Zamboanga International Airport at 10:55 and arrive in Cotabato at 12:00. The return flight, DG 6685, will depart Awang Airport at 12:25 and will arrive in Zamboanga at 13:25. CEB also serves three other destinations in the Philippines from Zamboanga, including Cebu, Davao and Manila.

In Wednesday’s announcement, Cebu Pacific’s Chief Commercial Officer, Xander Lao, said,

“We are happy to keep boosting our network outside Metro Manila as we continue to resume our inter-island connections. We are pleased to bring this direct flight back to our network which is in line with our commitment to make travel accessible and convenient for everyJuan.”

Celebrating the relaunch of service between Zamboanga and Cotabato, Cebu Pacific is offering fares from PHP 188 until October 16, 2022, for travel from November 7, 2022 through March 31, 2023.

Cebu Pacific (CEB) currently operates the widest domestic network in the Philippines with 35 destinations, along with 18 international destinations. CEB operates one of the youngest fleets in the world with 75 aircraft, including 22 Airbus A320ceos, six A320neos, seven A321ceos, 10 A321neos, six A330ceos, two A330neos, 14 ATR 72-600s, six ATR 72-500s and two dedicated ATR freighters.

Source: Cebu Pacific


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